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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mutualize.


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  • Some task force members recommended that it be mutualized, meaning it would be owned by its members.

  • Japan's life-insurance sector has been relatively slow to consolidate so far compared with nonlife insurers because most life insurers remain mutualized.

    Nippon Life in Final Talks for Stake in Reliance Life

  • Private lenders would pay into a "mutualized loss pool" to provide guarantees for mortgage-backed securities, and members would also pay a reinsurance fee to the government for a separate fund to backstop additional losses.

    New Fees Weighed for Mortgage Industry

  • And they were mutualized, in the ` 90s a lot of them demutualized.

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2010

  • Most of the life insurance industry de-mutualized seven years ago, and SunLife and Manulife entered the capital markets.

    Who is Afraid of the Canadian Stock Market?

  • In addition, some require that the underwriting risk associated with raising new capital be mutualized by the group of participating institutions acting as a syndicate.

    Director's Blog » Blog Archive » House Budget Testimony on Financial Markets

  • LCH. Clearnet members, which include the world's largest banks, could have faced losses because these were mutualized among them; and trading on the affected exchanges might also have been affected amid the uncertainty.

    How LCH.Clearnet got clear of Lehman

  • And we established a mutualized risk pool for offshore operators to ensure taxpayers never pay a dime for spill response and damages, but, just as importantly, allows small and mid-sized companies to continue operating in our waters.


  • The information benefits can be achieved by mandatory trade reporting to a repository (which I've advocated for well over 7 years) without requiring mutualized counterparty risk sharing, or centralized risk pricing (in the face of severe information disadvantages). Home Page

  • The SSE is a mutualized national stock exchange under the China Securities Regulatory Commission (the CSRC), that provides a venue for securities trading.


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